Support the TCMSF General Fund and Physicians Serving Physicians

Twin Cities Medical Society Foundation (TCMSF) General Fund supports local organizations doing great work in providing access to health care in our community. Recent Grantees Include:

  • Minneapolis Crisis Nursery – Pediatric Assessment and Medical Management program
  • Minnesota Mental Health Community Foundation – Fast-Tracker mobile app 
  • North Metro Pediatrics – Healthy Beginnings program
  • Phillips Neighborhood Clinic – purchase of lab tests and medications
  • Steve Rummler HOPE Network – Prescriber Education 2018 Lecture Series

 Donate to the TCMSF General Fund Today

Physicians Serving Physicians (PSP) is a peer program that discretely provides free peer support, assessment, consultation and referral to physicians, their families and colleagues who are affected by addiction. To learn more, please visit the PSP website

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Physicians Serving Physicians

Physicians Serving Physicians (PSP) is peer program that discretely provides peer support, assessment, consultation and referral to physicians, their families and colleagues who are affected by addiction.

Who will we help?  Any physician who believes s/he may be addicted or any physician who worries that a colleague or family member may be struggling with addiction.

No Fees  We are supported by the MN Medical Association, the MMIC Group, hospitals, medical societies and contributions from our colleagues.

How will we help?  Help begins with an initial, discrete phone consultation to discuss issues, options and choices.

Services  PSP offers consultation, counseling, assessment, intervention, and a full range of referral sources including peer group support for physicians in recovery.

For full information on this program, please visit the PSP Website.

TCMS Environmental Health Task Force

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Focus of the Task Force:   The environmental health of our communities has direct and measurable impacts on the health and well-being of our patients.  Positively impacting the social and environmental determinants of health – clean air, safe drinking water, sufficient food and secure shelter – must be the focus of local, regional, and national public health efforts.  Furthermore, the evolving impact of climate change via extreme heat events, natural disasters, variable rainfall patterns, and changing patterns of water-borne illness and diseases transmitted through insects, must not be ignored. TCMS has an ethical and strategic imperative to engage in efforts to improve the environmental health of the communities its physician members serve.  The environmental task force is a direct response to this charge.  

Charge (approved 10/2017)
  1. Engage in an ongoing and continuous effort to identify efforts, initiatives, programs, and organizations operating within the 7-county metro area that are working within the environmental health context and who would benefit from physician involvement.
  2. As a result of those engagement efforts, develop strategies and action plans to educate and empower our physician members to become better stewards of healthy environments for the benefit of our patients. 
  3. Operate as a liaison between organizations working within the area of environmental health within the 7-county metro area and our membership/board.  
  4. Periodically report out to our board regarding topics of interest to the task force and/or board members or at the request of the CEO of the Twin Cities Medical Society. 
  5. Evaluate environmental health related policy statements, events, etc. for referral to the Board of Directors for consideration of endorsement by the Twin Cities Medical Society.


Jennifer Kuyava, MD, Chair
Kristen Bastug, medical student        Ryan Greiner, MD        M. Michael Menzel, MD
Mark Nissen, MD   Eva Pesch, MD   Stefan Pomrenke, MD
Frederico Rossi, MD   Bruce Snyder, MD   Jordan Weil, medical student

For more information, or to join the task force, please contact Nancy Bauer, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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